The first injection of hand, foot and mouth vaccine was given the year before last. Is it still necessary to give the second injection? Two years apart
Hello, what you said is that the first injection of hand, foot and mouth vaccine was given the year before last, and now there is an interval of two years. The effect of another injection is not good. Now the child can be injected with two more injections when he is three years old. After the first injection, the second injection will be injected at an interval of one month to prevent infection with hand, foot and mouth virus.
This situation requires further injection according to the requirements of vaccine injection, observe whether there are adverse reactions, pay attention to diet at ordinary times, avoid spicy stimulating food, tobacco and alcohol, avoid overwork, review regularly in the hospital, and if there are other symptoms, check and treat in the hospital as soon as possible to alleviate the symptoms.
Hello, I'm glad to answer for you. The situation of the baby doesn't need the second injection now. It won't be effective. Usually, pay attention to the comprehensive nutrition of the baby's diet, pay attention to the timely supplementation of calcium and vitamin D to promote the absorption of calcium, eat more fruits and vegetables and other foods with more vitamins, and eat more foods with high calcium